David Müller-Wiesner

GLMR is Growing

GLMR is Growing

We are excited to announce the addition of five sought-after Australian Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys to the GLMR Intellectual Property family. Expanding the Family Over the past year, GLMR has experienced record growth. Senior attorneys were attracted to GLMR for...

Does it look, walk, and quack like a computer?

Does it look, walk, and quack like a computer?

The Full Federal Court has handed down their judgement in Commissioner of Patents v Aristocrat Technologies Australia Pty Ltd, overturning orders of the primary judge (Burley J) that found that an innovation patent directed toward an electronic gaming machine was patentable subject matter.

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